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Pope Francis plans to receive Covid-19 this week

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Pope Francis is planning to receive Covid-19 vaccine this week. He announced this during an interview with Italian TV.  The Pope further added that he will receive the first shot and said […]

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Pope Francis Christmas plea: COVID-19 ‘vaccines for everybody,’ especially ‘the most vulnerable’

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Pope Francis has made his Christmas Day plea that authorities should make the Covid-19 vaccines available to all and more especially to the most vulnerable notwithstanding who holds the patents for those […]

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UK to commence Covid vaccinations on December 8

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First doses of Covid-19 vaccines will be issued to people over the age of 80 and healthcare workers.  A total of 800,000 doses will be initially administered to the UK residents.  This […]

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President Donald claims that Rudy Giuliani has tested positive for Covid-19

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President Donald Trump claimed that his lawyer and former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani has contracted Covid-19 virus.  He wrote the following on Twitter:  ‘Rudy Giuliani, by far the greatest mayor in […]

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North Korea ‘executes’ man by firing squad for violating Covid-19 quarantine measures

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North Korea has allegedly executed a citizen in public for violating “emergency quarantine measures” in the country.  Radio Free Asia (RFA) reported that a citizen in North Korea was recently executed by firing […]

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British PM Boris Johnson £100 bn ‘Moonshot’ plan to test 10 million people a day

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New Covid-19 restrictions have been introduced in UK which have been named the “rule of six”. This means more than six people will not be allowed to gather going forward due to […]

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Paris Saint-Germain confirm three players have tested positive for Covid-19

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Paris Saint-Germain have confirmed that three players tested positive for coronavirus ahead of their Ligue 1 action next week. PSG are due to begin their title defence at Lens on September 10, […]

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Will low-income countries be left behind in search of Covid-19 vaccine?

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In the recent past, we’ve seen advanced economies working on Covid-19 cure and vaccines and booking the final products in advance. This raises concerns that low-income countries may be left behind. There […]

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Somalia jails 4 health officials for misappropriation of Covid-19 funds

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Mogadishu The Banadir Regional Court in Mogadishu sentenced four officials from Ministry of Health for up to 18 years in prison for stealing Covid-19 funds. In April, Somalia Ministry of Health had […]

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Covid-19 and indigenous People Resilience

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Concerns of jobs losses following Covid-19 pandemic outbreak in Ethiopia

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The Job Creation Commission Ethiopia has indicated that the Covid-19 pandemic outbreak has led to loss of over 330,000 jobs in Ethiopia and millions more will be affected in the coming year. […]

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Global virus cases surpass the 15 Million mark

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Confirmed coronavirus cases across the globe have surpassed the 15 Million mark. According to data collected and compiled by the John Hopkins University, 15, 239, 805 coronavirus cases have been confirmed as […]

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Senator Sakaja pleads guilty of breaching curfew rules

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Nairobi County Senator Johnson Sakaja on Tuesday pleaded guilty of breaking curfew rules on July 18, when he was arrested at a Lounge in Kilimani. He appeared before Chief Magistrate Roselyn Onganya […]

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Covid-19 in Ethiopia

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According to Media Ethiopia news website, the country has confirmed 704 new coronavirus cases on Sunday. This is the highest confirmed cases in a single day since March, 2020 when the first […]

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Covid-19 will definitely come to an end!

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Covid-19 which which  broke out in December 2019 in Wuhan City, China has finally spread to most countries and territories around the world.  Now it seems like an endless curse which is […]

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Somalia election body wants elections postponed

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Somalia’s election commission wants parliamentary and presidential elections postponed to August next year. Halima Ibrahim, the chairperson of the commission says that a number of issues have disrupted the commission’s work. Lack […]

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South Africa approves restart of football league

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South Africa’s sports ministry has approved the resumption of the football league in the country after it analysed the proposals submitted about the safety measures to be implemented. The Premier Soccer League […]

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South Africa approves the use of dexamethasone in treatment of Covid-19 patients on ventilators

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The South Africa Health Department as well as the Ministerial Advisory Committee are thinking of treating Covid-19 patients (critically-ill) using dexamethasone – a breakthrough drug. A number of studies have show that […]

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South Africa to allow restaurants and hairdressers to reopen

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South Africa’s president Cyril Ramaphosa has announced further relaxing of Covid-19 restrictions. Restaurants will be allowed to reopen and serve a meals to a small number of people. Hair salons, cinemas and […]

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Fraser rejects Bournemouth extension

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Ryan Fraser has rejected a short-term contract extension to his contract at Bournemouth. The Scotland international is now expected to leave the club at the end of the month when his contract […]

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Pablo Escobar’s Hippos are fast spreading

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Pablo Escobar, one of the billionaire drug lords, may have been killed in 1993 but his legacy remains.  He brought hippos from Colombia as part of his private zoo at his ranch […]

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Police surrounded Uganda’s presidential candidate Bobi Wine’s home to give him security

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Police say they have surrounded Bobi Wine's home to give him security because he's a presidential candidate. #UgandaDecide2021 pic.twitter.com/BFRXwggMgf — Nation Africa (@NationAfrica) January 15, 2021 Sharing is Caring:

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